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VKVEN1NI BULLETIN. HUNOLULU, T. II., M0N0XY, JUNE 2D, 1910.
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Belgian Ship L'Avcnir
Is Training for
Ah h furci miner or what la des
tined to become a grout merchant
niiirlno roi lie under the banner of
Belgium, tlio four uinMed bark
l.'.Uentr, 113 lino a csael as ,lma
cer cntcied tlila port, will remain
licrc until tiftcr the fourth of Jul),
before resuming her loiiml-ttie not Id
riulfe b) tho wu) of San Fruti
tlsio. It wu the late King Leopold of
Belgium that realized tho gicut pos
sibilities of n big lnerili.iilt mailne
for IiIh kingdom, l'hc jear ago
the llttlo count o, a vciltable hio
of liidustr), tombing upon tho
North Sea and adjoining tho Neth
erlands, hud no essoin sailing tho
eeas tearing its national rolois.
To meet tho requirements for such
a service, tne wIm ruler of t.int
manufacturing beehive of Northern
Europe saw the ncccsslt) of n sutt
ablo training of Its joung men fur
a life at tea.
Three training shlp wcro soon
placed In commission, and tho
l.'Avcnlr, now at Honolulu, repre.
bents tho third and last osscl of
thin tjpo In tho service of tnat
The IAvenlr Ik In hll respects n
training ship for cidcts, who, upon
completion of tlulr four yearn' term
of Instruction, are, cllglblo to posl
tloiiH as chief officer oil tho already
Increasing number of largo freight
stenmcrs II) lug the llclgtan flag.
TIickc )oung men havo but to
paxs an examination that will land
them In command of Uelglan steam
ships. On boird tho IAenlr ore
outliB who hae Bcrted several
cars' apprenticeship on the lots and
also the Yllle d'Oatendc.
Hctorc joining either of these ves
sels the applicant for Instruction Is
placed on board a stationary ship
which has lem.ilned at the port ot
Antwerp for Beveral )ears. This
I esel Is known as the Conite da
N.i)er, and Is a (onsplcuoiis flguro In
tho shipping- of the great marlljme
center of Noitlicrn Kurope,
mere are numbered among the
cadets now visiting Honolulu men
who hae less than 11 jear to serve
011 the. training ship before they
will be transferred lo vessels now
awaiting, trained officers.
Tho training ship Is on her sec
ond ciulse. This vo)age la one ot
mixed business, Instruction us well
ns pleasure It Is the Intention of
the government that these essels
pa) their expenses as far as possi
ble, ai.d with that end In view the
training ships such as the IAvenlr
incept and can) such cargo as the)
cun gather at the potts of tall.
In tills Instance, the Ilclglun ship
arrived here w)th t.ilrty-threo hun
dred tons of coal taken on board
at Ncwt.istlo, N S. Y. This ruel h
now being discharged heio and the
revenue derived from Its truuifpor-'
tatlon will materially assist In cov
erlng the expenditure Incurred In
the passago up from tho Antipodes.
IAvenlr Is 6. four-masted bark,
built at Uremorliaven, Germany, In
1908, by the Hlckmcrs, owners of
the ship Iienco Itlckmcrs, which lies
011 the opposltj sldo of tho slip. This
is her second vo)age, tho first one
Inning been to South America,
South Afilca and Australia, On
this .trip sho was delajed at Now
cattle four and a half months on
account of tho coal strlkp, awaiting
IAvenlr Is a handsome vessol of
A crown of glory is a beautiful
bead of hair. An Australian lady
now in London
, dato Jan. 28,
'Avar's flair Vigor
has dons my hair
worH of good.
Thcils to it. hit buh
ls bow thick, glossy,
and soft, and when
plaited is r,r) Inches
ought US, a oj'ed by
every womif who
tikes pride in her
You also may have
v ruuu a crown 01
y)j glory if you will
, follow tba ex
ample of this lady and uso
It will remove all. dandruff and
mako your hair rich and abundant.
twl k Dr. I. C. Aj 1 C . twill, Km.. U, t, A.
TO give the biggest
possible cake of
the best 'possible
soap for the least possi
That is, and always has
been, the policy of the
manufacturers of Ivory
That it is tho right
policy is proven by the
fact that the sales of
Ivory Soap grow greater,
year by year.
99o Per Cent. Pure
2 lull tolls groxH, unit bus a lcngtu of
300 feet oer nil with 4S-foot
beam, mid when loaded is 23 1-2
feet draft Her decks nrn fitted
with the finest gear, Including
winches The long aftcrdeck orr-
lops the ii irlcrs of the officers, pet
ty officers and cadets. There arc
dining cabins for each mess. The
petty officers on this cssel havo n
mess of their own
The l.'Avcnlr sailed from Antwerp
the flist part of August, 1909, and
her 111 st port visited was Monte-
ldeo Tho euscl carried a full
cargo lo South Amcrlra. from there
she proceeded In ballast to Port
A'flaldc. South Australia. This
trip was made In butlast. Tho next
moe wag towards Newcastle, N S.
V , whero tho cssel finally succeed.
cd In rccurlng 11' shipment of coal
for the Hawaiian Islands.
Tho training ship, of course,
comes In under, the existing coast
wise regulations, which do not per
mit of her taking on cargo nt Ho
nolulu destined for tho west coast
of tho United States.
Captain Zander, a delightful per
son to meet. Is in command of tho
vessel He has an able lieutenant
In Chief Officer Kranzllti. Tho oth
er members of the s'taff Include Sec
ond Officer l.emaltre. Third Officer
Aspesagh, Fourth Officer Meulemecs
ter, I'rlest Wnlratens, Dr. I.u)sscn.
I'rofessois Dollo and I.aure)s,
lu the ship's. ( ompnny are fifteen
endets, eight petty officers, eighteen
men, ten bos, tw'o cookg and a
baker, . .
' FIRST SERMON
Dr. While, who lias camo to fill
the pulpit at the Central Union
(hiirch during the nbsence of Dr.
Scudder, preached his first sermon in
that church last eenlng, and the
largest audience that ever passed in.
tide tho dbois listened to a well-de-lheieil
The subject of Dr. While's seimon
was "The (!ood I'ellow and the Good
Man." The subject was handled In
a most masterly and Intcrentlirg way
and held tho audience to the end, ,
In closing his sermon, Dr. White
said: "Tho difference between tho
mere good fellow und tho good mull
may be distilled Into one word
Ood. Tho t)plcal good follow has
llttln nen fn.. fln.l Tl, nnn..l w.l'
...... UUv ,u, V.U.,, .110 bvllUIUU t,UUU
man has all use for God. The-good
fellow Is GmllcHs,. the goad man Is
God-flllcd, God-guided, God-rule'd and
God-Inspired. It Jukes llttlo to
mako a fellow, It takes God to mako
a man." '
GRADUATIONS THIS WEEK.
With tho exception of tomorrow,
eerj day this week until Saturday
wl witness tho graduating exor
ilses of 101110 school In tho city o
Tonight at 7:30. Alllolanl College
oxcrclses, on Wolulao avonuo, will bo
held; Wednesday afternoon at t:30,
the Catholic Convent of Tort street
will hold oxeiclses; and those at the
M-Klnley High School will bq held
In the evening at 8 o'clock.
Thursday afternoon ut 3, Acu'dcmy
of tho 8a red , Hearts ut Kalmukl:
and In the evening ut 8, .Kijrmal
and Training School, I.unalllo Btrect,
will hold graduations.
The plibllc bchools of the city 'Will
hold their exercises on the last day
of tho School jeui Krlduj during1
tho morning hours.
'For Bale" cards at niillotln..,
Eyes Tested Glasses Fitted
ALFRED D. FAIRWEATHER
Oculists' Prescriptions Filled
HAItltlSON IILOCKr IX1HT Hl'ltKi:!'
Honolulu, T. H.
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1Q11 PACKARD "THIRTY" COUPE
1Q11 PACKARD COUPE
" One of many new1 styles of open and en
closed cars with fore-door bodies. One quality; two sizes
the '-Packard "Thirty" and the Packard "Eighteen" Town Car
tion on request.
ma snow at aloha -
Tommy Burns and Bill Lang to Box
Fifteen Rounds Good Prelim
inary Arranged For, Also.
Now that all tho arrangements
for the boxing contest between Hill
Lang and Tommy Hums are com
plete, ui.d u good preliminary nettled
011, It Is to bo hoped that ruin or
some other unforeseen ptllkla does
not spoil tho show,
TUcMaruma should arrho tomor
row some time, und then lu the even
ing ut the Aloha Turk, the greatest
exhibition of boxing ever seen In Ha
waii will be singed. Hums Is too
well known to need nny Introduc
tion, und his work lu tho ilug will
be watched with Interest, I.nng,
who holds tho A,ustialiiiu champion
ship,, will mako Hums extend hlm
belf, and sumo really clcer worlc
should be teen tomorrow night.
Young Cans und Joluibon wfll
have iu opportunity to show what
they can do, and us the cjed of the
former world's champion will be on
them, they will eurcly do their leol
If Unholz Is on tho steamer ho
may go on with someone, und tho
show would bo lengthened out a lot.
As It Is now, fifteen rounds between
Hunts and Lang, und the prelimi
nary, jdiould ho enough for any of
tho ilugslde sports. , Tickets aio oil
tale ut Kltzpatrlcks' cigar nbre and
they ure selling at u very rapid iuo,
DOTS AND DASHES,
The following officers have been
elected to look uftcr thlflgsnf tho
.Maul races which aioito bq bold nt
Kuhulul on duly i: W,. T. ' Itobln
son, president; T. 1). l.jons, vice
president; J, Gaiclu, secretary and
tieusuior; I). T. Curoy, H. H, Iui
kci, I. Cockett, executive commit
tee; James Kliklund, P. 1 Pock,
Georgo Weight, Judges; J. Vubcon
tellos, Dr. J. II, K.irrell, timekeep
ers; Angus Mcl'hce, Ur, J, C, Fltz
geruld, sturters; W. K. Hal, tlerk of
the courso; F, Sommerlleld, saddling
The Iluwuliun Asboclutlon Foot
ball League bus Joined the Amateur
Athletic Union, und ut the next
meeting, which Is to be held ut Lor
r lit Andiews' ofilio on June 27, tho
foot ballets will latlfy tho ugice
inent Mphsis riililes, Walker mid
Maiionrl urn the, delegates from the
ll 1 lllftiliiasiJiaiJaMttJi
Now taking orders.
MOTOR CARS yviU'.--
1 Till MAN KM
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AlfD mm AVERAGES
Mu Hocks Last in Standing, but Are
Ahead in Batting Figures The
Other Three Teams Close To
gether. Yesterday morning tho Oahu Ju
niors continued their series ut tho
Athletic Park and tho games result
ed In wins fur tho Asahl and Mu
Hock tennis, who defcutcd tho C. A.
C. Jis, and the I'alamas.. The stand
ing of (ho teams' Is as follows;
Abubli 1,000; C. A, C. Jrs, .000; lu
lama Jrs, .200; Mu Hocks, ,i00. The
batting average ot the four teams Is
G. A.U." 11.11. Pet.
Mu Hocks S 181 30 .215
C. A. C. Jis. ... S 158 31 .196
Asahls .1 S 119 25 ,lhS
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Catalog and informa-
owe show win
BE W MY
Many New Canoes for Club Royals
Will -Do Cakewalk Big Re
Charloi no)al und his clover llttlo
wlfo MIbs Kllott aro making great
preparations for their big company to
appear at tho Outrigger club on the
Hiiirth. Thoro will bo a rehearsal
of tho Cakewalk, 0110 of the big fea
tures of tho shuw; at tho Jloyal Hu
wullan hotel tomonow, Tuesday after
noon nt four thirty o'clock, A num
ber of couples are already under' ro
hcarsnl, but thcio Is room for more,
und the ito)Hls"wlll ho pleased to
teach their clever stops to thoso who
wish to join thu dunce and learn
The beach Is coming back to tho
Outilggcr grounibi and a number of
now canoes nio 'being added to the
Outrigger fleet. One result of tho
Knmchamcha regatta Is seen In tho re
newed Interest tokcnjiyho girl Biirf
crs. Yesterday there was a canoe
load of girl 'paddlers out In tho big
surf, while in the lagoon joung Sam
Carter wus teaching his .ljttlo sister
Sybil to sail an Outrigger' canoe. Tho
bo)s aro all getting roady tor tho
big icgatta- 011 the, 'Fourth, and they
will all bo on hand for Hoyal's big
show In the eel'ilrig.
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IJ0TS AND'DASH'ES. f
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Fourteen hiefl" turned rjut for bolo
practise on Saturday last, and Fnmo
good play was Indulged! In. Tho
matches against the Filth Cavalry
will begin soon, and thet will be in
tho natuio of preliminaries to the
regular polo tournament which Is
scheduled (or August, The follow
ing moil turned out ot( Saturday
Harold Dllllnghuni, Ur) Ualdjvln,
Sam Ualdwln, John draco, Hob Mc
Corrlstou, George Denlson, LloUton
unt Itodgers, Orderly "1'lckett, U.
I.emoii, Alfred 'Mafeofohi-C. II, Lewis
und John Urdmau.
Walanao team played at Wnipaliu
)esteulay morning and defeated tho
homo 11I110 by a score of 11 to 4.
Thoro wus a line luau given by the
I ose ib, and the Waluuae bojs hud a
great time ut Wulpahu.
Uoiisou Smith's baseball team de
feated the Uulon FeQd Co.'s 11I110
)esteiday morning by a score of U
'Tor Sale" cards ut Uullotlu.,,
OFFICE OF TUB HOARD OF
Honolulu, Hawaii,. June 8, 1910.
TENDERS .TOrt BEEF CATTLE.
Sealed tenders, In duplicate, en
ilpraed t'VTHNDERS FOR I1EEF CAT
TLB," lll be received at tjiq, office
or me noard of Health, until 12
o'clock noon, Tuesday, Juno 21, 1910,
for suppblng the Loper Settlement,
Mnlokal, with beef cattle t for the
period of six months from' July 1,
1910, to December 31, 1910, under
the following conditions, namely;
1, The bidder must offer to fur
nlsh fat beef cattle to weigh npt less
than 3S0 lbs. net whn dressed, In
lots averaging about 60 head per
month, more or less, as may be speci
fied by tho- Superintendent ot tho
Leper Settlement, delivered at the
Leper Settlement, Moloknl, and to
accept the dressed weights ascertain
ed at tho Leper Settlement, For
fuithcr Information apply at tho of
fice ot the Hoard ot Health, Hono
lulu. 2. Hides, tallow and offal to be
tho property ot the Hoard ot Health.
3. Each bid must bo tor tho pries
per pound dressed weight, with an
alternative offer ot .tho prlio per
1 4. The Bticccsiful bidder must
agree that all tattle are ollered for
delivery subject to the right of the
Superintendent ot tho Loper Settle
ment to reject any or nil unlit for
use, In which event other cattle
muBt be forthwith furnished to make
up tho required number and thoso
rejected forthwith removed at the
expense ot tho bidder.
All bids must be submitted in ac
cordance with, and BUbJoct to, the
provisions and requirements of Act
62, Session Laws 1909. '
Tenders must bo accompanied by
a certified check equal In amount to
C of the tender, on the basis of 60
head per month, or 60 head per
month weighing net, when drcascd,
3G0 pounds each. " '" "
THE HOARD OF HEALTH.
Dy Its President,
. E. A. MOTT-SMITH.
4C40 June 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15,
16, 17, 18.
OFFICE OF THE HOARD OF
Honolulu, Hawaii, Juno 8,. 1910.
TENDERS FOR PA1AI, LEPER
Scaled tonders, In duplicate, en
dorscd "TENDERS FOR PA1AI,
LEPER SETTLEMENT." will be re
ceived at tho office ot the Hoard of
Health, until 12 o'clock noon, Tues
day, June 21, 1910, for supplying the
Leper Settlement, Molokal, with pa-
lal 'during the period ot six months
from July 1, 1910, to December 31,
1910, under the following conditions,
Tenders to be for the prlce per
bundle of palal weighing twenty-five
(26) pounds net. The palal to be
freshly mado and securely packed In
tl leaves and delivered In good con
dltlon at the Leper Settlement, Mo
Tenders to be based on the supply
ot 900 to 1900 palal per month to be
delivered a8 ordered by tho Superin
tendent and the .supply to begin with
the first week of July, 1910.
For 'further Information apply at
the office ot the Hoard ot Health, Ho
'The Hoard reserves tho right to
purchuso taro from Walkolu Valley,
Tenders must be accompanied by
h certified check equal In amount to
fi't ot the tender, on the basla ol
1200 palal per month.
All bids must be submitted In ac
cordance with, and be subject to, the
provisions und requirements ot Act
62, Session Laws of 1909.
THE HOARD OF HEALTH.
Uy Its I'resldont,
E. A. MOTT-BMITH.
4640 June 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 16,
16, 17, 18.
OFFICE OF THE HOARD OF
Honolulu, Hawaii, June 8, 1910.
TENDER FOR PURCHASE OF
Seated tenders, lu duplicate, en
dorsod "TENDER FOR PURCHABB
OF HIDES," for'the purchase of bides
belonging to tho Hoard of Health,
for the period of six montlja from
July 1, 1910. to December 31, 1910,
will be received at the office, of the
Hoard ot Health unt 12 o'clock
noon, Tuesday, June 21.(100.
Tenders must ha for the price per
poundnfor hides delivered on tho
wharf at Honolulu, on weights ap
proved by an agent ,of the Dpard of
Paympnta required In U. 8. gold
co'ln Immediately after delivery.
The Board idoes not bind Itself to
accept the highest or any bid.
TH HOARD OF HEALTH.
Uy Its President,
E. A. MOTT-SMITH.
4640 June 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 16,
10, 17, 18.
1120 Fort St.
FINE ROLLS AND BUNS.
BOSTON BAKED BEANS.
BOSTON BROWN BREAD.
BEST HOME-MADE BREAD IN
Ring up 197.
S ALED TENDERS.
Sealed Tenters will be received by
tee Superintendent 'of Public Works
until 12 in, of Wednesday, June 22,
1910,' fur the construction ot two
ojie-story frame buildings lo be ut,ed
hs dining halls 'at the Leper Hospi
tal, Kallhl, Honolulu.
Plana, specifications and proposal
blanks on file' in tho office of the
Superintendent of Public Works.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, June 8, 1910.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of A. Wintersteln.
The undersigned, William Savldge,
having been appointed Administra
tor of the EsUtp of A. Wintersteln,
lato of Honolulu, City and County ot
Honolulu, Territory of, Hawaii, de
ceased, hereby gives notlco to nil
creditors of tho said A. Wintersteln
to present their claims, duty authen.
(Icated,and with proper, vouchers, If
any cxst, even lf4 tho claim bo se
cured by, mortgage upoq real estate,
to the said administrator, at the of
fice of Thompson, demons & Wilder,.
Campbell block, Honolulu, Oahu,
within six months from the first pub
lication ot this notice, or' thoy will
be forever barred.
Dated, Honolulu, Mny 23, 1910.
WILLIAM 8 A VI DO ki,
Administrator of the Estate ot A.
May 23, 30; Juno 6, 13, 20.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
At Chambers. In Probato, No. 4269.
In tho matter of tho Estnto of Tom
Mny, deceased. A document pur
porting to-be the Last Will and Tes
tament of Tom May, deceased, hav
ing on the 4th day of June, A. I).
1910, been presented to said Pro.
bato Court, anda Petition for Pro
bato thereof, praying for tho Issu
anco of Letters ot Administration
with tho Will nnnoxed to Peter C.
Jones, San ford 1), Dole and John
llannam llondcrbon having been fil
ed by SanfordU, Dole and Peter C.
Jones; It Is ordered that MONDAY
the 11th day of JULY, A. p. 1910.
nt 10 o'clock a. in, ot said-day, at
the courtroom o( said Court In the
Judiciary Building In the City and
County ot Honolulu, bq and the samo
Is hereby appointed the time and
place for proving, sajd Will and
hearing said application. Dated,
Honolulu, June 4, 1910. Uy order
of tho Courts J. A. .THpMPSON,
Clerk, GlrculttCourt, First Circuit.
4638 June 6, 13, 30, 27.
Notice Is hereby given of the In
corporation, under the laws of the
Territory of, Hawaii, of BANK OF
HONOLULU, LTD. (Capital 600.
000 fully pad up), which wllMako
over and succeed tp the business ot
CLAUS SPRECKELS & CO. on July
1. 1910. ,,
The HANK OF HONOLULU, LTD ,
will conduct a general bankjng bus
iness ,as heretofore carried on by
hCLAUS SPRECKBL3 & CO, and
asks the continuance of the valued
patronage accorded to t,tjat Arm,
BANK OF HONQLUW LTD.
Wi a. IRWIN,
J. HOPD & Co. (V
All accounts owed by the firm of -
J. Hopp & Co. will be settled within
the next thirty days, and all ac
counts due to (he said firm not set
tled within thirty days will be
placed In the hands ot an attorney
tor collection without further no
tice, 3, HOPP & CO.
P.er LVC, ADLES,
June 10, 1910. 4643-tt
STOLEN $10 REWARD. '
One dark blue roan mare, brauded
"C on left thigh (Walmanalo Plan
tation brand). $10 reward for Infor.
matloh that wilt lead ' to Iher re
covery. ' i ' ',"
Telephbne' Walmanalo Plantation
otafce, or nddi'ess, AVmli W. McGowan,
Walmanalo, Oahu. 4644-61
ASSESSMENT NO. 12
Honolulu Branch of' the Harrison
Has been called and Is DUB JUNE
16 and DELINQUENT on JULY IB.
M. E. Silva, .
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALHER
Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE. OPPOSITE
Phone 170 NiEht Call 1014
"For Sale" curda at Uullotlu.